Thanks for the responses on this. I will need module support for the
project I've got, but fortunately for me, I don't have any problems
loading modules. I ended up creating a file "/etc/init.d/S25mmc" which
has the following:
case "$1" in
I know this isn't the best way to accomplish things cleanly but upon
logging in, I've got my mmc card mounted.
Now if I could only get the USB networking to work with this kernel I'd
be a happy camper (for 10 minutes or so at least!). If I boot using a
pre-module-support uImage (this uImage was created in early September),
USB Networking enumerates under my WinXP host. If I boot the
module-supported kernel (created from the default configuration of
yesterday's SVN checkout), it doesn't work even though I've loaded the
three modules in drivers/usb/gadget and configured my usb0 port - WinXP
never gets told about the device. Since both kernels (modular, not
working, vs monolithic, working) are using the same file system, I
suspect either there is yet another module which must be loaded, but I'm
at a loss for what.
Is there anyone with a modular kernel that has udb networking over RNDIS
working? If so, could you post the results of "lsmod" perhaps?
[mailto:gumstix-users-admin@...] On Behalf Of Holly
Sent: Thursday, December 16, 2004 9:30 AM
Subject: [SPAM] - Re: [Gumstix-users] mmc and usbnet woes - Email found
Personally, I have yet to compile and boot up successfully a buildroot
with modules. I always have to disable depmod during build, and I always
get the modules.dep error on bootup, and after I log in I find that no
modules are loaded. Probably something simple to fix that I don't know
about, but for now I have just disabled modules.
Anyway, you might try compiling a new kernel without modules and see if
that can see the card.
> >> I am having two problems however. First, and less important I=20
> think - my >> 32Mb MMC card (provided by Gumstix) seems to not be=20
> recognized by the >> system anymore: # ls -l /dev/mmc/mmc0/part1
> >> brw-r----- 1 root root 254, 1 Dec 15 2004 /dev/mmc/mmc0/part1
> >> # mount /mnt/mmc
> >> mount: Mounting /dev/mmc/mmc0/part1 on /mnt/mmc failed: No
> >> #
> >You need to load the proper modules first:
> >modprobe mmc_block
> >modprobe pxamci
> >modprobe vfat
> >modprobe nls_iso8859-1
> >modprobe nls_cp437
> >mount /mnt/mmc
> I've got the same problem.
> When I try to load the modules I get:
> modprobe: could not parse modules.dep
> It has the same error during startup. I looked into the modules.dep=20
> file in /lib/modules/li*/ and that is empty.
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